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robert griffin iii's pro career started september 9th in new orleans, the expectations were high but i don't think many in the nfl thought he would be as good as he thought. after nine games, robert griffin has proven he is a menace for defenses. >> reporter: you can't spell great without the letters r g. robert griffin 3 has carried the rode skins with his arms and legs, ex-seating expectations. >> there is no doubt about that. when you told me at the start of the season that robert would be the most successful quarterback in the nfl per play, i would is say you are crazy. you have to be able to do that and have limited turnovers, that's been pretty impressive. robert will be the first one to tell you that's a bunch of guys working together. robert will say that the stats don't moon anything until you start winning football games. a lot of goes into it. but i'm very proud of what he has done and i believe he will still get better. >> reporter: griffin's ability to run the option so well, so fast has him on pace for a record season. it was well documented that he could run and in week
jerry levy on the pits of the cme, eugene profits and mark martyak, robert gray at the ready to break in with earnings as soon as they hit the table but let's start with jerrod at the cme. we blew through the 1400, 1440 level on the s&p like this. what do you think? tomorrow and the next couple weeks? >> of paper for we are standing on. a lot of folks watching the 1380 level. i'm watching the 2 and the day moving average of 1360. i jumped in front of the frame. i was selling to avalanche david talked about the vix coming in and markets deteriorated. the reason is people like me to dip their toes in, professional option traders selling downside money put them the right to buy -- dave: i want to tell what they're looking at beside you on the screen. groupon numbers are out. i want to -- hold on a second. let's have robert gray give us details what the numbers say clearly after-hours the market doesn't like it. robert: that is right. coming in, disappointing on both levels. revenue $568,600,000 below the estimated 590.1. also no profit, no loss. big fat 0 on the bottom line for groupon.
him hop in his car and hot on the trail of 24-year-old thomas robert landry. a native of san diego. you see the officer catches up with the red vehicle. listen to this. a little pit maneuver flips him around and cars are face to face. 24-year-old thomasobert landry jumps out of his car after he got knocked over there to the side of the road with his arms now the reason i'melling you about this is. the video just came out. back in august he played guilty to evading and obstructing an officer. is ordered to enroll in a mental health program. >> crazy video. >>> you guys remember the sale of the datson 280z and how he put a woman up there. this is the 20-year-old daughter of kim ridly. >> that's his daughter? >> you were creeped out to the max. creepiest thing we have seen in a long time. >> when we talked to him, he told us, no. that's not my daughter. >> what? >> it's not? good. i feel so much better about this. >> wait a second. i'm glad if that's true. did he just say it was his daughter to get more publicity. >> he didn't say it to get more publicity. what he was saying at first
. >> no. >> the war was winding down, but robert's unit was busy with patrols and then a close friend died in a bridge collapse. >> i got back from iraq and i was having a lot of psychological issues. i guess you could say. >> posttraumatic stress. >> posttraumatic stress disorder. >> back home at ft. carson in colorado, he started feeling like people were out to get him. a few months later, someone discovered robert's illegal shotgun hidden in his barracks. according to army papers, he told investigators he was suicidal. at one point he spent a whole day drinking and sat at the end of the bed with the barrel in his mouth. >> i sometimes wish i would have died in iraq so my life would have meant something. >> forced to quit the army, robert ended up homeless. >> i went through some pretty bad times when i first got out. i was doing a lot of methamphetami methamphetamines. i was smoking a lot of dope and i was getting in with some rough crowds. >> and many of those rough crowds were made up of people just like robert. returning veterans. as many as one in three soldiers returning from iraq
humphrey, howard baker, robert and ted kennedy, robert dole and many others. they were an unusual group and they were triggered, in my estimation, by their war experience, the need for dealing with the cold war, and a progressive impulse that focused on some moral imperatives starting with civil rights. what you see is that senate was at the forefront of everything and accomplish an enormous amount over that period of time. host: what is it about the times we live in now makes the operation of the senate different from the way the senate operates during the time you were writing about between 1962 and 1980? guest: i always say it is harder to be a search senator today with the demands of campaign fund-raising -- to be a senator today with the demands of campaign fund-raising and the type of media we have, 24 our media, political conversation on facebook and twitter - 24-hour media, political conversation on facebook and twitter. those senators focus on national interests. what has gone on during the last 20 years and has worsened on -- during the obama presidency is a hyper-partisan sen
. they conducted an investigation and learn a resident of 60 kashmir was robert hackert, a man with a history of violence in numerous felony convictions. on the morning of february 16, a team of officers who set up outside the apartment to conduct a probation search. once it was determined that sector was in sight, the officer's watch for several hours as this aspect -- suspects came and left sparking a suspicion that he was engaged in narcotics trafficking that day. there was a female suspect that the brought to children inside the suspected drug house. at 10:30 hours he emerged from the front door and had a cell phone conversation before going back inside. at 11:30 a male subjects and to the house and officers took the time of advantage to make their approach to the front door and yelled out police, a provision search and enter the residence. manning encountered heckert walking down a hallway toward him. manning sa anw a concerning said. he sought a loaded gun in his hand. he instinctively call that gun to officers and anyone else. he grabbed for the gun, and they were engaged in locked in
effective emergency communications. in 40 minutes, it chief justice john roberts on the supreme court and constitutional law. and while looking at china's political and economic and military power, and another on the situation in syria. >> one of the major effects on hurricane sandy was on telecommunications. that is our topic today on "the communicators." christopher guttman-mccabe is our guest today. mr. christopher guttman-mccabe, overall, what was the effect of hurricane sandy on your organization, verizon, sprint, at&t and etc. >> guest: thank you. i wouldn't mind taking a step back and providing a little perspective on this storm and the impact it had. mayor bloomberg said that the damage was unprecedented. but it may be the worst storm that the city has ever faced. and the previous title search, it was 14 feet. governor chris christie said the damage was unthinkable. we have buyers. we had hurricane force winds. we had massive flooding and if you look at that in the flooding of the subway system and the shutdown of the stock exchanges, you start to get the scale and scope of th
editor robert frank is here with more. robert, a little trickier this time for some. right? >> indeed, thanks, michelle. after disasters like katrina, haiti and the asian tsunami, the wealthy rode to the rescue. they wrote those big checks to charities. they gave their time, their expertise and even their private jets. but with sandy we have yet to see these big checks from the wealthy. why? well, charity experts tell me that many of the wealthy are still digging out themselves. some of the most expensive neighborhoods in the country were hit by sandy and they still don't have power or water. also, it's early. wealthy donors don't want to duplicate efforts of the government, they don't want to send water to staten island if the coast guard is already there, for instance. they do want to figure out longer term needs, whether that's better evacuation systems, help for the elderly or taking a closer look as many are now at climate change. meanwhile, companies are also stepping up. jpmorgan is giving $5 million. disney's giving $2 million. fedex, toyota, viacom are all now among the bigge
, report gray on the floor. robert, triple digit gain, baby. >> you got it. the traders calling it a meltup. light volume today, a shortened day, the bell ringing at 1 p.m. eastern time. we are seeing 110 point gain on the dow, creeping up on 13,000 again, s&p at 1400. they are higher at one time or another during today's trading session. industry groups higher as well. in fact, at one point, saw just one or two stocks and s&p 500 lower on the day. what you see as the traders say, don't buy, and seasonality in play here. we talk about that before the open today, about how the day after thanksgiving, particularly, with a rally into thanksgiving, almost always a day with gains. that's what we are seeing now. back to you. dagen: thank you so much, robert gray. marketses close at 1 p.m. this afternoon. consumers doing holiday shopping online this year trumping the number of in-store shoppers for the very first time according to a survey done by the national retail federation. arie goldberg, manager of stylecaster online. who is taking advantage of this? online only retailers, or are they the bi
's bring in robert rice, former labor secretary and cnbc contributor, author of "beyond outrage." and stove moore, author of "return to prosperity." i want to make it short and sweet and simple. robert rice, who has the better economic growth program? >> barack obama. >> and why? >> you wanted me to go that extensive commentary? larry, i think that obama is showing the country, and it's clear from john's polling, the post he relates, we're on the right track. it's a very anemic recovery but we or the right track. i don't think people want to take a chance with an unknown and romney-nomics. i think people feel and understand it's too dangerous. the ryan budget, who knows what that's going to generate. and i don't think that romney has any plan for replacing dodd-frank or for replacing obama care. i think that we really are on a solid footing here. and again, it's a slow -- it's a slow -- >> solid footing, it's the worst economic growth and jobs-creating cycle since 1947, according to the joint economic committee. >> it's the worst -- wait a minute. it was the worst economy to begin with sinc
: they are arguably the two tight ans of washington politics. president obama and chief justice john roberts the dance between these two has been fascinating to watch as two intellectuals use the tools of their respective offices to change the nation. joining me now to examine the complex relationship between the white house and the high court is jeffrey toobin whose writings are widely acclaimed. he's the senior writer at cnn and his book" the oath." thank you for joining us. >> hello. >> eliot: good to see you. like our days at cnn together. >> exactly. >> eliot: you say that president obama is actually counter intuitively the conservative constitutionalist. explain what you mean by that. >> since the 19 1980s since edward meese arrived he said we need to expand executive power end racial preferences to assist african-americans, lower the bearsier between church and state, and above all reverse roe versus wade to ban abortion. that's been the conservative agenda at the supreme court. it's an agenda of change. it's john roberts agenda and it has not yet succeeded. it may never succeed but it is an ag
politics. part of it goes back to the battle over robert bork which may be some of you are old enough to remember in 1987 where president reagan did try to use that appointment of robert lord, leading conservative intellectual of his day, to press beyond the bounds of what the reagan administration could have gotten from congress where the democrats had taken the senate. there was a huge fight and it was really a fight over defining the mainstream. is a part of the mainstream to have a judge who criticizes griswold against connecticut and i think to establish a right to birth control. most people think that was a pretty good decision but work thought it was a very bad decision and so the bork battle focused on a few key things like that, a big constitutional teachable moment for the country and people have drawn very different lessons from it. but i think what it told us is that the mainstream, the quote mainstream remains very contestable. so what's going to happen next with this confirmation process? i mean, but a little surprised at "the new york times" had a wonderful interactive
's bright spot. a review of robert griffin, ii; nine games in. >>> good morning. happy veterans day. the national holiday was originally established to honor americans who have served in world war i. today, it honors veterans of all wars for their patriotism and sacrifice for our country. there's a number of ceremonies being held in the dc region today. you're taking a live look right now at the world war ii memorial on the national mall. there will be a wreath-laying ceremony and performance by the united states air force band brass quintet beginning at 9:00 this morning. then at 11:00, a wreath will be laid at the tomb of the unknown at the arlington national cemetery. there will be a ceremony at the veterans memorial beginning at 1:00 p.m. >>> looks like the weather will be stellar for all of the veterans day events. good morning, gwen. >> so happy mother nature will cooperate today weather wise because of all the outdoor activities you mentioned, but also there's a lot of parades going on. here's our fox 5 accuweather satellite radar composite. we do have a few clouds mainly to
we are now. >> gus: fourth down and three and this ball is caught by robert woods. woods running, hurtling, woods trying to get to the end zone and out-of-bounds at about the 2. robert woods with a 28-yard gain. 5 seconds to go. >> charles: and i like the fact that the home crowd recognized the effort despite the fact that it's not going to change the final result. that robert woods continued to fight and scratch and claw to try and make this thing change even though he knows the final score will not be reflective of it. >> gus: first down and goal. five seconds to go. in the end zone. marqise lee with the touchdown. with a second remaining. 62-51. barkley throwing his fifth touchdown pass, 483 yards passing on 35 of 54. 2 interceptions. >> charles: did you see that look on chip kelly's face? he's going to enjoy the win, but he's got plenty to rk with on his team. that's what you kind of want as a head coach. win the game, but still plenty to say to your team. >> gus: 1,361 yards of total offense by these two teams. 16 touchdowns. two-point conversion. marqise lee the intended re
6758, 132beulah street, owner of record catherine roberts. action requested by appellant to rehear appeal no. 16757 previously addressed by the abasement appeals board on june 27, 2012. >> excuse me, could i have a clarification. the vote you just had was requesting the continuance. have you made a decision on the rehearing? >> oh, excuse me. we have to go back to the other item to address the rehearing request. so now what do i do? is the department going to present its case, then? >> so the grounds for rehearing under the administrative code is new evidence or legal errors. so you have to ask the appellant if she has new evidence or legal error. >> so sorry for creating the confusion herement the department would suggest that you would not grant the rehearing request because no progress has been made since you have made your decision at the last hearing and furthermore the only remaining active permit for the property has expired. so the concern the department would have is you made a decision, if you were to grant a rehearing and time moves on, if that retaining wall fail
sought to exploit the biggest difference to life in the southern hemisphere.here. it's 1994, and robert gwynne travels north of santiago to a region known as the norte chico. what he finds did not exishere n years earlr-- grapes... acres and acres of them. s ago, thwas ve little... ve le gre there was tomato production for the national market, that's true, but there was very little table grape production s. w wi for the international markets. narrator: the geographic advantage is not just where the grapes are grown, but also when. it is late november, and much of the northern hemisphere is already freezing. but this valley has an additional advantage-- it is one of the very few that runs north to south, so it is free of dense morning fogs that move east from the coast. so grapes here ripen in november for delivery by christmas-- y nmecalyar. buthere is al limitation in torteco region. you cae itn e landscape, oon the sides of the mountains. the big problem in the norte chico is not the lack of land but the lack of water. narrator: high in the andes mountains, the white color of ice and
recorrio la zona junto a christie y legisladores como el senador robert menendez, y lamento las muertes, pero indico que habra ayuda para los que perdieron todo. presidente obama estamos aqui por ustedes. no nos olvidaremos hasta que reciban toda la ayuda que necesitan. la tormenta ha causado una cincuentena de victimas fatales en ocho estados, todavia tiene a millones de personas sin energia electrica y danos incalculables. la administracion federal de manejo de emergencias, fema, sugiere que las personas afectadas soliciten ayuda. mayra lopez de victoria, portavoz de fema que se comuniquen con fema telefonicamente marcando el 1800-621-3362. si usted oprime el numero 2 eso le llevara a 1 operador de hablar hispana y lo que queremos saber es cuales son sus danos. en este momento hay asistencia no solamente para recuperacion de propiedad persona si no tambien hay asistencia para reconstruir los hogares, asistencia de manejo de crisis, asistencia legal, asistencia economica para reconstruir los hogares." fema argumenta que haber declarado las zonas donde golpearia sandy como areas de emer
support. >>> at this hour, parents are meeting in the south bay and demanding answers, as robert honda reports, they want to know while a sex offend were allowed to take part in a recent festival. >> reporter: the cath drail is under fire regarding a sex offend. they want to know why 51-year- old mark gure ys -- no, that's not okay. >> reporter: according to court records obtained by ktvu, gure was convicted in 2010 for molesting a child 14-years old. he can't work event involving children. so when a parent pointed out gure out to a sheriff's gu, but he said he had a letter from the diases, the church as he called it giving him permission to work the festival which is allowed under the law. >> you could be a registered offend, but if you have written statement from an administrator, that's legal. >> reporter: the policy has been charged so gures was not breaking the law. i couldn't this guy jumped through all the hoops to be able to volunteer. if that's a problem, then there's a problem with the system, not a problem with the dises, not a problem with the school, and not a problem with
in the 90's to provide voice to the community in santa clara valley and started by laverne robert and provides two annual powwows and numerous fundraisers. gwen has been part of the alliance for about 15 years now. gwen is a elder and retired from the american indian district titles four, seven and nine of the indian education act. she has moved beyond the limits of her duties for the families in her district. she spends time volunteers for all community functions that the alliance puts on. the families that she serves remember her fondly and all that she did for them. she offered her talents to powwows, food booths, graduations and dinners and let's watch a video on gwen stirrer. >> i am [inaudible] known as the keepers of the western door. they're on the western side of new york and they're the biggest of the tribes. i'm the one -- i'm the one that creeks that runs through our reservation now. indian community -- there was nothing in the beginning. for 20 years that i work in the school district helping the children understand that their heritage was important, and impor
distance bill but got so upset he wound up canceling the service instead. 92-year-old robert doesn't travel much these days. he uses the telephone instead. >> mostly calls to my daughters and that is in florida and new york yes. >> has used mci long distance phone service for many years and was always happy with it until he notice a simple mistake on his account. >> they billed it twice on the same day. >> the company double charged his credit card for one month of service. robert notified the credit card company which reverse #-d one of the charges and he foregot all about it until a few weeks later. >> they said that i owed $31ed and some sents that was uppaid. i tried to tell them there was a double billing. >> he received this past due notice saying he owed that $31. he called mci and was put on hold. he called again. he says nobody talked to him. >> i listened to some awful music and i got so tired of it, i cut the -- hung up on it yes. >> wrote letters asking why he was billed the same amount again. he says no one would explain. but he did get this cancellation warning. now, he worrie
. senator pat robert,s, the most senior marine in congress. senator roberts is here. and coming up, former senator marco rubio, his state is critical. and right notice it is a dead heat in the sunshine state. hear from senator rubio, coming up: 4g lte is the fastest. so, which supeast 4g lte service would yochoose, based on this chart ? don't rush into it, i'm not looking for the fastest answer. obviously verizon. okay, i have a different chart. going that way, does that make a difference ? look at verizon. it's so much more than the other ones. so what if we just changed the format altogether ? isn't that the exact same thing ? it's pretty clear. still sticking with verizon. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. oh, hey alex. just picking up some, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup plan, in case i get hit by a meteor. wow, your hair looks great. didn't realize they did photoshop here. hey, good call on those mugs. can't let 'em see what you're drinking. you know, i'm glad we're both running a nice, clean ra
to honor their son -- >> some of them resemble him. >> reporter: -- carol and robert roddy make it their mission to take care of every soldier, sailor or airmen who travels through bwi airport. >> anybody else for ice cream? >> reporter: carol and robert volunteer at the uso international gateway lounge. >> can i get you anything else? >> no, ma'am. >> got a box of girl scout cookies to take with you. >> with her around i'll probably end up fat. >> i hope that they would feel the warmth i'm trying to give them. i feel like i'm taking their mother's place. >> i just really enjoy interacting with them because this is the first time a lot of these kids are away from home. we're trying to guide them the best you can. >> reporter: robert and carol admit it was hard at first, a face, sometimes a voice reminded them of david, but now these men and women are their kids and the roddys hope you will see it in your heart to support them and their families this holiday season. >> they're giving up their families for nine months to a year to go defend us. so the least we can do is show th
of the blackberry. they expect that. research in motion, robert gray standing by at the stock exchange. looking at big technology companies. robert: we are seeing the tech friend outperforming the broader market when you look at the s&p 500 and the nasdaq for the dow, the nasdaq definitely out pacing, look at the tech companies within the dow as well and they are the biggest percentage gainers boosting the dow by the most if you look at ibm and the likes of cisco and intel and microsoft, investors bidding up these electronics companies and anticipating consumers are buying a lot of these devices. dell has been the best performer of the s&p 500 today michael dell telling me the windows upgrade, they are finally giving investors a reason to do an upgrade and got buy new devices out there and also take a look at hewlett-packard which is bouncing back. announcing the big write-down on its takeover, that saga continues, and a founder begs to differ with his take on accounting improprieties they are charging, the story will continue to play out very publicly and you chp bouncing back a little bit fro
forward. >> i'm catherine roberts, i don't need 3 minutes. i don't know if it's appropriate for me to be saying that right now, but that brief notice for rescheduling a month earlier when the hearing was originally scheduled at the end of november, has been unbelievablely problematic for me. >> i thought on the decision whether to give her a continuance because i think, did her hearing just get bumped up from december 21st to today ?oo . >> no, it did not. >> okay, i retract that. >> is there any additional public comment? seeing none, there is a motion on the floor to not grant the continuance, and a second. call the roll call vote. (roll called). >> the motion passes 5-1. next item is item, case no. 6758, 132beulah street, owner of record catherine roberts. action requested by appellant to rehear appeal no. 16757 previously addressed by the abasement appeals board on june 27, 2012. >> excuse me, could i have a clarification. the vote you just had was requesting the continuance. have you made a decision on the rehearing? >> oh, excuse me. we have to go back to the other item
in the neighborhood at our current library. and i see robert carlson, robert, would you wave? he is a great community advocate here and does a terrific job. [ applause ] other members of the team, begining with our chief of branches, edward melton, edward, great work. [ applause ] elsie wong, another district manager helping to put it all together. thank you for the fantastic job you do. more partners from our city family. i know our attorney team john is here. congratulations for all the hard work, as well as michael. thank you for helping us through the entire environmental impact reports and all that took many, many years of dedicated work. we really appreciate that. and without further ado, terrific tenure, president of the board, district supervisor david chiu, thank you so much. [ applause ] >> thank you. >> good morning. the sun is shining on north beach today. i am so happy to be here. i think it's amazing that in the week that we celebrate the giants, we are also celebrating a real tribute to the best baseball legend in history, joe dimaggio! [ applause ] as our librarian just said, the v
. kowg cane. robert, go ahead. and tim colin. >> thank you for hearing me. i am robert cole. i run sunset and produce festivals in the city and consider myself an ombudsmen and speaking for the entertainment community. i listened to mr. meeko comments and i appreciate the work he did with the community meetings. i do want to refute a couple of his assertions. one western soma is not the most intensive concentration entertainment in the city. it's the eastern mission district and nor club openings are happening there because of this process and several have left and the paradise lounge has sat vacant in anticipation of what is happening. i don't know anyone that wants to open the vacant spaces and bring jobs to the area because of this uncertainty hanging over the head. when you have this uncertainty why would you want to build a business in that neighborhood? the other thing i would like to refute is that this whole idea that these residents didn't move into underneath a run way. slims is the best example of this. the folks that moved next to slims night club knew it was
for a successful second term. jon meacham and robert carroll talk about their subjects, thomas jefferson, lyndon johnson, and a bit about barack obama as well. >>> then the conflict in gaza yet again reminds us forget about globalization and information revolution. if you want to understand the world, look at geography. nations are still bound by it, says robert kaplan, who uses maps to show us what to worry about. you won't want to miss this. >>> and the middle class is rising. no, not here in the united states, but right next door in latin america, and it will have huge consequences for the western hemisphere and the world. >>> also, if you thought black friday was crazy, check out the sales in europe. i'll explain. but first here's my take. >>> it's thanksgiving weekend, america. time to reflect on our good fortune. it's also a time that most americans think about the unusual origins of the united states, a land of immigrants. we see o ourselves as special in this way, and we are, except that we're not quite as exceptional as we think anymore. something fascinating has happened over the last
arnold that. you have to read the book to know what i meant by that. [laughter] robert in one of the so quotable lines in "legacy of the civil war" stops for a breath at one point saying the civil war draws us as an oracle, unriddled, pretentious, and national fate. that's a mouth full, but if there's an event, an epic, a turning point in american history that may, indeed, be our oracle, the place we go for wisdom. the place we go to ask questions about who we are, the place we go because we always seem to be still fighting over its legacies as it is probably the civil war, not just where the oracle is, but where it is, whether it's in a text, a place, a monument, the lincoln memorial, stone mountain, the shaw memorial in boston, it's anyone's choice, but it is that event in some ways that we go back to. now, james baldwin, i had great time writing this book, but i just wrote about the writers that just wanted to write about it, quoting them, end graphs, just using them for years until i finally decided i'm going to write about them and see what shape the book takes. baldwin, to me, is
of rescue are in staten island trying to find, feed pets that were abandoned during superstorm sandy. robert's team has rescued 100 cats so far. he says residents underestimated the amount of water the storm would bring, so pets either drowned or ran far from home to escape the rushing water. of those found -- >> many of them are suffering from stress, to start. some of the cats had blood in the urine, some had internal injuries, some of them had exterior wound. we found several cats with sea water in their lungs. >> reporter: it's a big job, which is why robert called on his friend hush, a hip-hop artist from detroit. he is an animal lover. hush's contacts in detroit donated nearly 8,000 pounds of dog and cat food. then he drove 12 hours through the night to new york to help robert's group. what worries you most about the pets that are probably out there? >> being displaced. you know, just being out of their element. they're probably freaking out. >> reporter: hush and the volunteers went door-to-door looking for pets that may have been left behind. >> we have plenty of food. >> reporter: a
down. robert griffin iii had another record-setting day. a salute to the military personnel at fedexfield. rg3, of course, from a military family. the eagles starting with the ball. quarterback nick foles making his first nfl start. oh-oh this, isn't what he was hoping for. picked off by deangelo hall. hall returns this thing 26 yards and that sets up a young touchdown. the skins' defense with two picks and a fumble recovery to go with four sax. the second quarter, griffin fakes the in route. he's going deep to aldrick robinson. the skins are looking good, up 17-3 at halftime. third quarter, more rg3. this time he's airing it ought to santana moss. talk about faith in your receiver. double coverage and moss comes through. little long in the tooth, uh-uh. moss is still getting it done. 61-yard touchdown. griffin woof griffin would add another touchdown pass. 31-6 was the final. >> despite the score, it was still a fight out there. we just were able to make the big plays when it counted and as a team this is big for us. we all knew it. it's not time to panic, but it is time to
bobby kennedy jr.. robert kennedy jr. for writing to important chapters in the book including the takeover, the hostel takeover of america and the good chapter on ballot staff. there are nine ways -- though one of the subtitles is how to steal an election in 9 easy steps and we take you through you. i want to give you some numbers. don't take it down, just get the book. all proceeds are nonprofit. it's official, in 208,750 and 50,023 provisions never counted, 1,451,116 ballots were spoiled and 488,136 absentee ballots were cast and not counted as the 2.7 million ballots in the dumpster. that was last time and this time it will be bigger. then, 3.2, 3.2 million people, american citizens were removed from the voter rolls broke kinds of wonderful and bogus reasons, purged. in fact for those of you who do not know greg palast, most people here do know that i broke a story back in 2000 about how kathryn harris and jeb bush knocked off tens of thousands of black folk off the voter rolls, calling them balance. if you have a felony conviction in florida you cannot vote. fine, so they
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